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Community Care Practice And The Law

Author : Michael Mandelstam
ISBN : 1846428599
Genre : Social Science
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This fourth edition of Community Care Practice and the Law has been fully updated to reflect the rapid and continuing legal, policy and practice changes affecting community care. It provides comprehensive and jargon-free explanations of community care legislation, as well as other areas of law directly relevant to practitioners, including the NHS, disabled facilities grants and housing adaptations, asylum and immigration, mental capacity, human rights, disability discrimination, health and safety at work and negligence – and a range of legal provisions relevant to the protection and safeguarding of adults. Apart from the burgeoning legal case law and ombudsman investigations, changes from the last edition include coverage of the Mental Capacity Act 2005, legal implications of 'self directed care' and 'individual budgets', changes to direct payments and 'ordinary residence' determinations. In particular, new guidance applies to the high profile issue of NHS continuing health care. The book is an essential guide for practitioners and managers in both the statutory and voluntary sectors, policy makers in local authorities and the NHS, advocates, lawyers and social work students.

Community Care And The Law

Author : Luke J. Clements
ISBN : 1908407824
Genre : Community health services
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Quick Guide To Community Care Practice And The Law

Author : Michael Mandelstam
ISBN : 0857003739
Genre : Law
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This short guide cuts through the confusing mass of legislation to provide a concise and jargon-free explanation of current community care practice and the law. In clear and simple language, it explains the legislation directly relevant to practitioners, including: rules about how people in need get an assessment from local authorities; the assessment of need itself; eligibility for actually getting a service (and the "fair access to care" policy); charging for services; ordinary residence; topping up of care home fees; assessing informal carers; and the rules about asylum seekers. It provides an overview and analysis of high profile issues such as direct payments, personal budgets and the policy of personalisation and National Health Service provision, including the vexed issue of NHS continuing health care. It also highlights the duties placed on local authorities and the NHS, the various tensions underlying community care, and the consequent shortcuts - both lawful and unlawful - that local authorities and the NHS feel obliged to take. Quick Guide to Community Care Practice and the Law is an essential resource for busy practitioners at all levels as well as managers in both the statutory and voluntary sectors, policy-makers in local authorities and the NHS, advocates, lawyers and social work students.

Community Care Law

Author : Ann McDonald
ISBN : OCLC:1052801137
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Community Care Law And Local Authority Handbook

Author : Jonathan Butler
ISBN : 1784730882
Genre : Community health services
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This handbook examines the duties and responsibilities of the UK's local authorities in the provision of community care services following the implementation of the UK's Care Act 2014. Community Care Law and Local Authority Handbook brings together all the statutory materials that comprise legal framework, together with related materials, such as Codes of Guidance and extracts from leading judgments. The materials are complemented by the author's expert commentary explaining how the various statutes interrelate and how they have been interpreted by the courts. The result is a handbook that provides the practitioner with the tools required to deal with this important area of UK law. Contents include: Mental Health Act * Capacity and the Court of Protection * Assessing Needs * Provision of Accommodation * Local Authority Duty towards Younger People and Disabled Children * Finance and Charging * Health and Social Care * Social Housing * Asylum Support. [Subject: Social Care Law, Mental Health Law]

Adult Social Care

Author : Great Britain. Law Commission
ISBN : 0102971684
Genre : Law
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This report on Adult Social Care recommends the most far-reaching reforms of adult social care law seen for over 60 years. Under the proposals, older people, disabled people, those with mental health problems and carers will, for the first time, be clear about their legal rights to care and support services. And local councils across England and Wales will have clear and concise rules to govern when they must provide services. Since the National Assistance Act 1948 adult social care law has been the subject of countless piecemeal reforms including new Acts of Parliament and a constant stream of regulations, circulars, directions, approvals and guidance. The proliferation of law has led to inefficiency in the system. Complex law also has the effect of stifling innovation, and make it difficult to promote flexibility and new policy approaches in practice. The report is divided into twelve Parts. Part 2 defines adult social care and Part 3 the structure of reform adopted. Parts 4 through to 8 set out core recommendations: Part 4 considers the role of statutory principles in providing an overall framework for decision making; Part 5 covers the role of community care assessments in determining a person's needs; Part 6 considers eligibility for services; Part 7 explores the equivalent assessment and eligibility processes for carers; and Part 8 considers the provision of services. Part 9 considers local authority adult protection functions. Finally, Parts 10 to 12 consider other issues, including ordinary residence and portability; areas where adult social care overlaps with other areas of law; and other outstanding issues.

An A Z Of Community Care Law

Author : Michael Mandelstam
ISBN : 1853025607
Genre : Law
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Mandelstam breaks this complex subject down into individual terms, then explains the legal and practical implications of each term in plain language, enabling readers to explore specific issues quickly and concisely.

From Poor Law To Community Care

Author : Means, Robin
ISBN : 9781847424945
Genre : Medical
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Recent community care changes have raised fundamental issues about the changing role of the public, voluntary and informal sectors in the provision of social care to older people. They have also raised issues about the health and social care interface, the extent to which services should be rationed and the respective roles of residential care and care at home. From Poor Law to community care sets these debates in the context of the historical growth of welfare services from the outbreak of the Second World War through to the establishment of social services departments in 1971. Based on extensive research on primary sources, such as the Public Records Office and interviews with key actors, the book considers the changing perceptions of the needs of elderly people, the extent to which they have been a priority for resources and the possibilities for a policy which combines respect for elderly people with an avoidance of the exploitation of relatives. This is an updated second edition of The development of welfare services for elderly people, first published by Croom Helm, 1985. It is essential reading for practitioners and policy makers interested in gerontology, policy studies, community care and postgraduate students studying and training in a range of health and social care related professions.

Introduction To The Law Of Community Care In England And Wales

Author : Alan Robinson
ISBN : 191103538X
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Covers the law in both England and in Wales. It sets out the law on assessment and the provision of services, outlines the options available for paying for care and also considers some of the wider issues which tend to affect community care, such as mental capacity, access to a person in need, and the interface between health and social care.

Adult Social Care Law In England

Author : John Williams
ISBN : 9781137443564
Genre : Social Science
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Social work law is at the foundation of all social work practice, from shaping professional boundaries to determining the level of intervention. Every case is complex and unique and therefore requires different legal treatment; this means it is absolutely vital that social workers not only understand the law, but are able to critically analyse the legal framework and apply it to their practice. This book provides students and practitioners with an essential guide to adult social care law. It lays out the key case law, core legislation and the HSPCC standards as they apply to different areas of adult social care. This includes issues of capacity, making an assessment, supporting carers and working with vulnerable adults. Designed to support learning needs, the book is packed with engaging case studies and reflective exercises, as well as a legal toolbox to help simplify the legal jargon. Whether you are a student or practitioner, this is a practical, accessible guide to competent and lawful practice in adult social care.

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